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i. -lev 3 r r. pt 13 e . - N ft . ft J. H. totoGLEB, rH 8 3 s 3 O trv 5 9 O O tí r ft 1 ' 13 3 CO o &í5 o 1 1 " t-wea'tK Fine weatbeY during the what week'.1 ,.- a. IT " , The "grass u ewtutg and aptau fairly Voraae. oat.-S. lit m! íiJlíLm lí-YALSIfiEtHI! Uu'uVs art coming up lbs nrtr Tñe fceat ÍJ f hread. eftW. r.feV Me . jour gumvr 1? on Valid. Vid every p'ain take To fill all Orders promptly, i tl-tf inaugurated 0 et out rtyn gi jn; jttoldtt Storí. The horse race bad lately at La Junta' learn, was wan ''V Sample', hora. . Tr c'oteuts tuve i C"tnuig in on time from the north and sou'h, -1 past week 1 ' . BSTH .Téo . of í.ein i t. tt . t'i I rimil i l C'olori.d I r II i'iry N. Jff. of ASD V. . TAdK AQEKCY 07 CharlB3 IlfeH. 4nrtmint AÍ ' General Melroharwlie ni a tjrge,Cp''l')i tjOO'lland morning tome . loTtr of bar flfrb StiMS l Abnniance 61 orajro broke into the tabi (if Samuel K iln and On Itarfí, ófTS .tf le?t of facilities etofe hii roan bag .7 horte. Ihf horse bnt t th try ling Cpmtftttrity. .68 I figure Í branded on the nfct bip Rfgulur m jeiing A F 4 A. M tint f tpcii. or It rti ile veconil dpgrve. All ' MiMni tn good ilandiig cordially in- ; Don Eugtit.io H ioiero'i mule train of tlfVrto Whgui. eight and ten oiulti to ifcW Llii.n.s,arl( d roi tft. Tiilmtid to diij; Thp train will b e laiit d - there with frt'uht fór On "sun ayYigui ut briwf.m' 10 ti'iUk A: liUncbard. GBO. CROXFORB, Saddler and harness rr Shop m H iys,1nlMlnit. next door to G iretle. u...I.r.W.V anil Amn 1 In r-itifornl tRdilUi nl liirif" of all kind. mtd! tne nnm'l rt.trn. r,Hnr cu ñnit WHrraiitlil to tlf. IIarr'-- AViit reimlrei! wiili neatne and diMufrh AH Vibik v arrentert for one year Villi lair na- X. ft. X wavrnnt my addle not to Imrt how and will make Ilnrnm to orctcr cneaper man i Eijht wiK'Uii wt r ledd with bide atid pelts. ii h'rgh all tri.V eottld" be pild Of, on Mi nd y Ihri by IbTd Stern, tu be "taken to i he rai r ial. v ' - ' Mn M. I) Murray came np auuie day ñ'wt from ttiipi-riio. She will -r main in t n a rotiiio t f atekn-aiid an peraoni desiring drr sse mude r cut ai l do we.ll to Call btf -re he Mutna f-Hii YM bouglit rUewhere. niiiRer. 0. Geffnun. Buy of the I'lacticul F. Desmaraiti ' BUANl.1llAUIMJ&ÍW10.l,..v DEALERS tM GENERAL HERGHANWSE. tTool, IlidWfc leít bought el tU highest tnarUt price in CASH Country Proiufce ulen in ichar.jí. ;i , r.ii Trtai .San Miami Couhtv.wu.x AV Mexieo f. . ; - - - j; & CO, WHOLESALK&llKTAIL DEA LEUS ercb;iní)Í6t utfittíng Sooí)& n tntral ffl Tfdo?. Ti'V, Peltrif. atii ProJuee gtntnUg boajkt for Ca$h. Exchange at market prtcn. frete Mexico I Í MEATMÍRKET. j 1 Lj ' s,,0'h !5con( i I 1 he (J iir-idi- Ijejioihiuri . te otli tp d jou'n. I he memberi urI tour dollars a de y a.i 1 iha' is m ire than m hit of them can make á. horn thie inng time. Judge U. S. Waldo. Clerk John II l'l o rison a'ud Attorney Catron, Bree lrt, rlnoball and SultbaCfter will 0 id Mora heri court .conrein" MrKfaT next. , i - K, Bre.ivort, B. i.' Apencer, Jotin W. I akini arts T. (.1. I'u'tutr hae filed arti- let oi incorporation for the f 'i qih and Jew Meké To l and WagrthWiad Comjia ny for the (urpoe ol constructing a wagh road from Conrjót to the borthern boundary f New Meiiro. The capital stock ia $10 á00, ai),ai the Pefer 7f . Jlelsiavat. " " J ira lirotlir have commenced moving their immense Mock of merchandise to the M ACnodi mi storti fiotki in May Hajs' building. They will Wpen out in the new quarters neit Monda) or Tue.dy. ' ' We call attention to the c.ird of J. C talpi p who ha been in Las Vegas, t'toe Hfks and likes the country and the place well f-nouiih t make bis stay t erhiatifrlt, W'a are glad to record this determination or the J art ot Mr. Stulcup . ahd hope be will ire.c ie, as we have no doubt of bis derT ing, a liberal patrone in his profecsioo Pico at the Jicarilla col l minea on the 8'h ír.at , Jote 5 a. Duran Mr. Duran was elected Justice cf the fete fir this orecinet at ih election' las! fall He t ad ebb to the Jtcarilla mines early ih the) wii'ter ih'd remaioed there as ii! hi ileáih,- which was sudden and anet puctt-d. Tbt remains were br mght tn this city tnnday Tening, and the funeral ser vice had at the parothial church Mondiy in the pre ence of a large concourse of .el I ttvea and friend. Tí ffi u a i M Ji 1U U ji A if . lanewnfil. Stolen On the ninht ol Hie 1 1 rh inlt ; from iini Rutin's lt.b e, at Las Wg ia, a roan horse, about 11 hands liiuh. has several I rat rii but the uiblt tiolicealle is a brand vl 'he letters i'U so ' combined as to look lile a ñ(ure 8 rotii a little distance. Thii ! bratid i on the ritlll bin. The nhbve ti ward will le paid In any one giving itiPjr aiatioh leMOiiiii to the recovery tf the burse or ha apprebrisioti of the ram wfr stole bift. V5M KOUN. the $uh$criber hivinq remiveJ to AlbuqunqnetoiU b ghi to any M fu nil fmnie toko uHl firvr him with a all. Cah and the highest Jna'hH rx,.t, ptU far V0uL. HIDES nni PEL TX. Office in l mreUaee on the Wett tilt oftht PU,m i 4lbapfr0jtte Oct. 29, J87t. W. A. CLARK. W. Carl & Co., Western Bro7cry, -11 M. ; - - a. un 'I r D!'nttf"Ttr,nfi h Iwt qnl7 of BEftR.'"'LaZrV' as well í" " la Bk, bi.!ei ALE. qua! to any ravle 5n. the S'ates. IFe aell chean h 1 not n nenrer oar rt.clei la kfgi, barreli or bottler, in all parli ofths 00 fenfj Wthü Mum( ffiuhmi . Bll) uciiTrrc'j. runer ai in k fry, or to anr part of the Territory, by the Barnl, Keg or ia Bottle . ..... District CoUrt oven in aestl.ln during the week. The docket was cié ired ti near ly all important canes. The ffr'tad Jury has held daily sessions and found iiambr of indictments. Judge WlJo , presi Ie4 with dignity and fuircess and demonstrates fl at the laws can ha administered in New Metilo al tell at In any Mate of th Union; r The Trinidad Eidtrpriit beads at lot of teini "Notes fiom Below " Wa started in to gn the Ute.t from Hade, and fmnd "H low" meant Hew Meiieo But, aft. all whai'a thr difference sug'gE'U a wicled eisiti. Ctorgiloitn Jiintr, Tbs Georgetown man will probably hdnt desataome fulure petioi.an4 altitude tf the country ha ia alerting in for is much less thaft Vtw Meaíco and.;hs t(-efiu(l more I'opicl to, 'S - Vun even ánall pape we ni ut also live. The n. wa expect soon tn make will be the entire paper with new type. We'haVa a reason tocampUio ofihe y. and Only ask our patrons to continue in om. well doing, and we will, all go fiw'trd uu the road 'o prosperity aud reap tlt lentfi a of the rapid developmnl of the unbouudad' ráaoureea of ourTeiritor. , .i . i .. Yit ProeaedlBCa. v Friday I last week, liquid Court for this county; convened at the Court llnis. Hon H L. Waldo is ' the proidw g J uíg, John H. Thompson', Cleik- aud Benito taramillo, Sheriff . . I he following . attorneys were Jn aten dancetrt Court: lion T. B. Catron, U. 5. Himjic? fitTwj. tíon. 'W. M. Breden. Altnrnejj eriéial. Judge S. A. Hubbull and Louia SuVahacbr. Fq. . ., . , IllerandintidxPftit j iries wre orgajiit ed aiid VahsiatUif the folliwing persons: j !1i' ' ..OaaKB Jt'ltT. K .' RelleJ -Aagou ,Eclnrdo , Martin t, Do' aHCÍano. í-í'aios Apolonia Duran, Jose AhJ i 'Tomaa Apodaca; Manuel Go'nr.a ls, Antonio BurVla.' Gregorio Barele, tETlTJCRT. , lnaVty ; Gallegó, Esqutpulo Flores, raariHco , oaes. JOe oancnez, jiamon 'JartinVDomingo Trujilh, JuaVi Ealeban OJIg'a,; Julian . Montava, Croc Kom'e'ro Pedro Rivera, llamón García, AlUuo Oria Onit. Sititii go Garcia, Matias Ribera. tt - Sfcturdny Judgment for the recovery of su ewet was rendered Tor f muttiR and against Defendant in a ease of Replevin of Monday The case of Santiago Kaca s Antonio Vigil was continued. nns'ed. John l)brd v Juse Ygnactd Eiqui vel, liiiissed, ' " .. Olio Baca vs Montgomery Bull, di.bis- ..... . .. William Breeden vs Manual Romero, lismiaaed. f Thonua B Cálron va MnuI R'cmarÓ. dilmiiised. rWa'dayfheTeiiritory v Hdry Hir neon, atht-ken Irom the dock' I. Thr followjiig cases ware cofatibuid until next term. "I erritory ts Baaiiia Pbre ' Miguel A. Xlanin'elil Ni'veito Cortex Jose Sais . . ' Charlra Powell Hignel Arguella Martin Utilierei' ' SiatO Chaves , " Padro A. ánchl " Charles Kinney " Thf)doro Q nniana " KpitacioSiti.doval The-Territory ?s Sostenes Arcbib que ws abawd . on the suggestion , of the death oFtke t). Ietid.hu In the case of the Territory vs ttotnualde B,2a e ale for burying unlawfully, tba in' di -tmant W4S qnsshed. .In tba cases of Andres $ena vs Dionicio Gutierrez. A. P. Barrier vi Romualdo Mica, Charles Hied vs Joseph C. de Qnen tin. J ho Hold a"l Willli.m F. Mswnrth vs Jose Yicnacr, Sandoval and Engeni Rome ro ya CarU.a Irt jllo, i'e'iulta te tale against D -fniiiiiHS aud judgtnnil fendeh d f.f PÍHÍntiT. ..i ' j ! .i ; . . . I be cas a f'l me I errttory vs Kniael Jl s atid Jone Rivera wera struk. n from the diH'ket. W'ednei"day The Territory vi J. F. Sand, ers. dismissed. ' Tér VJ. Gilirtirt ditn!sed. ' tit tli rslp oi iVI.o B-ica Got.áil:an juitgmetit was rendered H Piaittiff. Thnrsday The ct of the Territory ol I.. I Court i sentence nl puliliched a Vdtest i tenn, declaring it illegal, "C'c. declared lo-d7. that tn preteice 0 v "g him to Mexico is merely io have an op pon unity to ihoot hirti 6i We way, under thi pretence tht he.attempied to escape, , . " ... W..y.ington, March 13. Senator Blaine ii tn favor ot having, .ly consent of all pra ' tirs, a new election tn Louisiana and .Pouts Varolins and has so si'p'r8sed himself to' ' President Haye this Blalhe beiíavV'' ci hTJ now be had 6y 'common IcoWent of all polí'ieal órgani.irir-ns, coniiucted fr.ee 'from,, the en-anglemeni viTbt presidential contest' nhd the remit of the election,' whichever party' niglit prevail, would '. in Blaine's judgement, bring peace and c'o'ntehtnient té tbise States. Thin policy Blau.'e thiati wotilJ harmot in all elemeots of the repub lican par:y, and secure at the same time the cooperation of all the Democrats who ' ea4 i; i, is $3iio vn ... Tlioie of our present b fc nn'y one of the papers. Win p.. us which one. , " ' - ' ' " Nawmafc' read tAa trf mmi flnda many arrwra. 8. H Newman E litr ol ihe Winer Laa Vegas Mail, writes ti the ' Kc6 til hit Granit making sothe Cf'rrections in the history given i. G.Üttí soma wéfrks since. A we were tot here, our information as a mat'Vr c,V course was aecnnd hand, and wb gladly make Vncnj fur that portion of Mi. Newtnan'k article in reference to the hVrtory of the Las Vtgai p.pers. , fcniTjn Fc.i: , .. . ( k , r TheJ.as g'ik taetvjs). r, theSd tnst. Contains an editonal entitled' "A B t Of HisVoiry." which pretands to be r.n uccou.il oT the Hs'e nnd tirogreps of the firat i.tws jKT.er in that town. The history is so incorrect ii retaV to the paper with whi.-h I was connected that I wish to make ome corrections I do not think koogler would intentionally misrepresent the tucts, snd km vr 'ha, he will not take it unkindly that I put him right. v In the first pi ico. ' William Wal.ion Bol linger wi I he iurprised on taking up the i de ire a p ceful adjo Urgent of existing diS U.t nnmti. aP,1,. flu..ll'' tn...l l.l.u.lC ...'li!... .. I " . . 1 t . familiarly dufifted "Jack,1 ai d Will D Dawson wiil aoubtless o'j-'Ct to having tSe euphony of his nime destroyed by th suha titution of a "B" for its middle initial. Next Hays furnmhed twj hundred t.nd forty-6ve dollnrs only of the money with wliich thettrtice ol the Mail whs porch ised, Louis W. Leronx ov,r four nondrerl.'Bul linger nna hundred and SeVentV'-five. sn'il other prominent gen' lemen auins vrryi'ng IrOa ten to tifiy dollars each, among whom were Vicente Romera, F. Nolan and Van C. Smith. Next Upson's connection. with the paper continued jmt seven weeks after the first issue, aud uot a year at Koogler states. - Kext With ih ninth "nit'iiber ihe editor, ial Hrm becaro B Dinger Newui tn , nd so contiiihed until the following April, when the writer bxi"ht out Bo'llipger'a inUrest and became editor and proprietor; raving ekttuguiled tvery claim against the tdicc ékcept ttiat of llavt. Next At th ternn of the District Court jn March 18"2 an indictment for 1 bel wiis found against U. S. Russell, Augu.-t Kin.li nK W. W. B dlinger and myse'f. - Vbefin natr.td gentiemei, t.iVra thi-mirlv,! ir ni prcsi u ion by jetradi'ig an 1 p.ilrg'xing. Bellinger ran aw ty, and the writer alone remained to light tba battle. rejt 4ly bondnmn did not de ivr tie into the hands of the Sheriff it the August term of court for the simple reason that then bad no bondsmen Although indicted in narcn I was not arrested until the day after the adj lurnment of court in Angust Next When my bonlsmen did deliver me into the hanrla of the Sheriff it wa not on account of the suspension of the papar There was a mor pi. tent reason, which I shall not now explain. Next Dawson ne ver nld any claim on ihe i.flice after my connection therewith. Next The ATn7 reached the age of just one year ai.d eitht we ka. and not two years as Koogler states I'hus muih at a correction, of Kooglar's 'History." r. Tbe SoU'hars Pc tic railroad will prove of great beniGita Na Mexi--o Califirnia will send her strplus of fina sheep ever iMa road to fin il pasturáis upon our pilains. M i h Clifofniaiii Coming o na from the waat and railfoids building on the (forth. New Mexico will go foward on ihf fod to New If exlro vs Merejildo Martinez wst Irild bi a i irv. The Defendant waa found guilt ad Hu'tanc J to 80 days in Iba Coai.f j.il. ' ' ' i he aire of l.oia - JUfti; 'i v Tto Josio Moutoya,as rnptinued. .. ( n the case of Marca Brnt (wick and Ttinld .d Romero va Nathan Btbo, 8i non Bibi and Jes'tis Ma" PereaT judgment was rendered toi Plaintiffs . lit agreement ol parties. William Ü. SUpp vs Joeeph C. de Qut-n lini cantlfioed until next term. The o'h of allegiance to snpport tie constitution, of the United States wat ad mintetered to Felix Pepa, a native of Itatj, whereby he wat made a citizen of the United Slates and a qualified voter Friday Thsf 'Tamil ry v. Jun Valdéz dismissed Territory va Antonio Arias. diamUied. Territory va'Antonio Lino ValJes, dit mied. v Territof tt Theodore Wajaer, jj lgnl-at aed ñí Washington, Marvh IS Secretary r Thompson, mcoropatiied by ex -Secretar . ... K ibi sotV, went to the Navy d 'parlujeiit to day.. The exS. cretary iniroduned Secretary Thotrippou to Chief Clerks Hogg and I ind say. and Mue, forty nine yearaa matssn gi r at the Secretary's doors. AfierwarAa the chiefs of hiireaus( were presented, and then the cltrks ot tkt Secretary a office, headed by tba thief clerk, p'iid their rs pe'ta. During the introduction. Senators ' Hamlin and Blaine, ánd Kepresentativi ct'éa'de entered and paid ihir reipecls. The , Seeratat and e'tSecretarv conversed for an hour or so. and abi ut 1 o'clock Mr. Robe- '' sin lock his departure. 'The chiefs of the several bureaus and the rletks of dcpatU ' mentí 'ill to morrow take., formal Uavt of the ex-Secretary al his house, , sai ' . , , rucson,' Frbruar ti Forty tiva well . armed friendly Indians, under Capt, Buft rd, leave to movow with rations for one month and will le kept in the fiild from wo tu foúr ñinnllií, und r legislative- ati ' hority Thu Indians had A war date las- : night, witnessed by a latgs audience. Newt just Irom M.iduli nit, Sonora, says the Apa- ' dies huve cleat e l that valley of stock, and it is believed they captured one milling ' ami fro'n Fnhac and killed another. Tucson, February 22. Reliable newt f om Hermosilla receded At la'e at the 11th' inat fa) 8 peace is regarded at fully estab lished by Mariscal, abet Peiq ieira i bslisv edtohn still in Chlhu ihua. lild ah ngenj Cluu has arrived from San Carlot with six-' ly stalwart Apacl at for volunlrert andar recent law of Arizona. Ihey ware draws up in line before the Governor's bouse, fited a salute and were inspected. rt'aona Stn Personals. J -B. ('oilier of Fort Union enlivened eur sn ciurn with nil ireselice yesterday. Dav Winternitx the successful raercbaot of Tc.lote. was i.i town l'h'innuy. I ' B. I., w-tmlein of the firm iT Lowens'eiu brothers. Merchants, Mom. has been stop ping in Vegas some days this week Dr. J. M. Cunningham came in from New York last Tuesday morning looking as "welUaev. Dcti i .oren t'i Lilisdie, - at Sheriff, is among the visitors in town. J. K. Whi mora id Oallinaa Springs was in rttend'ane- at Ciiiir, thié we-k. ' Jamea McMastera oi Buena Vista Ranch is among the arrivals . , P. Binning arrived by yesterday's coach from Lo Angelet. California Mr. Bn mtig ia one of tht most pMminent ahe f raisers in Southern California. He ia here in the interest of many capitalists of Cali firnia for Ihe purpose of invest 'gating the advantages r f New Mc4 c as A aici k rais ing country. Mr, Banning is w!l pleajfd with the country so ' f.f and il inks there will be a wskirg up in New Milico in the Otxt few yeara. . . . s Washington, March 13. I he President sent the fo'lnwing nominations to the Senate to-day: joi M. Morrill. CoMecl'ir of Cast, oma, dfdfict nf Portland and Falmouth. Main: Wrn. fitona, Ú. S. Attorney for Souih Carolin; Asa 0. Aldi. Vt . James B. Howell, of Iowa. Oraoga F, rris, fN V. Southern Claims Commissioner! Morril U nndfaióol to bava been offered lha ap point ment of Minister to hngland or shy IfwTEI. ARRIVALS. Eaehance klotet. J. C-Meeson, Ft mando Nolsn, O. IV, Gregg. J. S. Walla, St. Louis. B. A. Thnpt t. Lonis Wilson Waddingham, Fert Bainom, henry Nor'hen, Fort Ünion; 1. F. kcClure, Fort Union. E. T. Lansii.g, Fort Union. M J ir A. S. Tonar, Santa Fa. G. A. Smith, Santa Fa John Gerhard, ra che. .Ins. E Whitmore. Gallinas Springe P. H. B .rhridg, Fort Union. Willie 9. Prager. Jas. I. Wolf. City J. B. Wntrous L Junta, O F. Ji.bnson, Cherry Va'ley, M: Sifause, Mora. Jas E McMastrt. rancie. Phineas tí.nning. Wilmington Califninia.E. Y. (.a'isiiijj; Uli'ori, Uamptod Hatton. Sania CUra. Wagwers Hatel CsrJ W. Wilden -tan and son, fort Union. N. C. Hickman. Cits J. O; Bre-den. City. jno. Friedman, City. !ai. I). Wolf., City.. Chas. Mesiall, Ntw Orlesns. H. Miller. P r Union. ; mmm . J, C'STALCIT, Atlaener at Law. Lt Veja territoVy vs C. E. We :che, judgment and ! other firet class country, but preferred lo Ir the ease of Andres Sea va Francisco ... fmaia in bis own Stat. 1 he Sena's, in executive session, coifi.-.ned Siorrill's n minstion i-ouJidiately. Tne others ware vjfsrr ts appropriate eommittaas. nútivúti Or TToolj Hides and Pelti,' li'orrtaad wtctiy for' tba UaraTTs by t; tñía.) r-nra Whlre, tied, Mexican wool, pel pound licúate,. !, va-hed . 14 ;i imriroven j.i Ijirn!1 wool, white, wanhed 10 Iteerh'idea, ennd 1' .le . ftaw-id , . .. .. ,' Rheep felr-, w ell wo)M. per piers U a to or T eent oer pound. . clipped, late Uriearmta. , or I eents per nannd KM. - tr wf!f l.vi tare. . ,. . - SSa I lléle sad tanatUtess eriras snajt Uof Sa.'l 'uaOHy. V \n\n LAS GOLONDRINAS N.M ÉfíelIéTli. Rr manttfaxf nit a. 1,1 ..J J.I: J .:.L . . ill not b in New Mélico eiiber. The Celso BaC'a, tom ti)'o PaMo ülihani, Juan Ma., Kancht, Diouicia Gonzales A'nl Jota Serado. Costea jJrTir'ia Jose Atencio. Francisc Eaq-iibel, Dionicio Ortia, DfcHiderio Monto ya, Benedito' Duran, PaMo Archuleta, ga, A lanacio Casados, Juan Madril, Matiua' CelsoUaca vé Lorenzo Labadie. ' John ?, Sellar ts Danigno Jaraniillo dis- fina. protpeiity. Il h.s lbs Uu pflcu as; Nr.njo, jdiaa.t was rsad.r.d io, Plaia Tarrtkety is k Corea, t itC .. "." . .